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>> tom: notre dame wins it 44-20, not a thing of beauty but they get the job done. >> mike: dayne crist played much better and cierre wood stepped up and showed all that great natural ability. >> tom: well, be sure to go to nbcsports.com for notre dame postgame coverage. tomorrow on nbc, sunday night is football night. the colts take on the redskins. live coverage starts at 7:00 eastern with "football night in america." up next except in the west coast, your local news. tonight on nbc starting at 8:00, "outlaw" followed by back-to-back episodes of "law and order". then at 11:30, "saturday night live." for alex flanagan and mike mayock, tom hammond saying so long from notre dame stadium. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
[captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> more than 22,000 feet stomped across the streets of baltimore this morning part of the 10th anniversary of the baltimore marathon. good evening. it was another very successful year for the marathon with the most runners ever. two new faces took home the titles of winner ran the grand prize. we have a look at the events. >> a big birthday for baltimore on saturday, the marathon turned
10 years old. 22,000 runners showed up for the party. 24-rolled kenyan david rutoh got the best prize, a wind. 2:13:11. >> me, i was running through it. i was sure that i would win. i am strong in the finishing. >> as the kenyans continued dominance, the eastern european women do, too. olena shurkhno took first place for the females. she was worried about last year's winner nipping at her heels. >> it made me a little bit nervous. go, go, go appeared >> the first-place purse this year,
$23,000, making this race one of the richest in the nation. for the rest of the runners, the back of the pack, the reward was priceless. setting a goal, clocking the miles, and crossing the finish. at the 2010 running festival, wbal-tv 11 news. >> congratulations to david rutoh. here's a look at the top three male runners and their times, and the top three female runners. if you missed any of the coverage or if you would like to see video of the of the red ants, you can go to our website, wbaltv.com. we have posted video of the kids fun run. don't forget to send us your marathon pictures. you can upload them on wbaltv.com. the investigation continues into what sparked the fire in baltimore. it is creating controversy over the closed firehouses. we have the latest on it.
george? >> one of the firefighter unions today says the deadly fire could have been prevented if the closest fire station to the scene was operating. truck company 23 could not respond because it is part of the rotating closures of fire stations to save money. firefighters from surrounding companies had to respond to the home on ducks 1900 block of griffins avenue around midnight. four people got out ok. firefighters found the body of a fifth person on the second floor. it was a 59-year-old. the city battalion chief says the rotating closures would not -- were not a factor in his death. >> our response last night, the first arriving company, was just under four minutes, in which the national fire protection asian association has set a standard, -- fire protection association has set the standard. we were less than half of that
standard. >> here is an e-mail that the union sent us today. "stop playing firehouse roulette. how many more people have to die before enough is enough? fully fund the baltimore city fire department report that is from the union local 734. no word on a cause. investigators say they believe there were no working smoke detectors in the home. we're live in southwest baltimore. wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. it was of mylonite in baltimore city. police say three people were shot since 6:00 last evening. the first was in the 3300 block in canton. a woman was shot in the leg during a domestic dispute. a father has been charged with the death of his infant daughter. police say timothy lewis called police to report his 6-month-old daughter stopped breathing. neighbors were shocked, but
police say after questioning timothy lewis, he admitted to hurting the child. >> he admitted choking the child after it cried. >> the family, they are nice. >> timothy lewis is charged with first-degree murder along with first and second-degree assault. he has no criminal past in the state. still ahead, protecting yourself against the flu. how local officials helped encourage folks to stay healthy this season. >> "is the rule for the next reformers temperature-wise. we will have the instaweather we will have the instaweather plus
bob ehrlich is desperate, and he'll say anything to get elected. negative attacks the media have repeatedly called "dishonest" and "total malarkey." and why can't we trust bob ehrlich? because he raised taxes and fees by $3 billion then denied it... because he says he's for us, but made $2.5 million at a special interest lobbying firm. and ehrlich says he'll cut education again if elected governor. bob ehrlich-- a career politician we really can't trust.
crisp. the flu can dampen spirits. the department of health is working to prevent the spread of the virus, offering a free flu vaccination clinic. wrapped up this afternoon at the community center, where anyone over six months of age could get a free flu shot. >> what is wonderful is that this year the h1n1 is in the regular vaccine. all you need is one shot. >> we are told that shots were provided on a first-come, first- served basis. greg year with sports. >> they're usually a lot of fun, but the tigers have their day today. we will show you later in sports. >> the rain and stormy weather was up in new england. look to the west of us. not much. we will give you the forecast.
>> now, your instaweather plus forecast with john collins. >> still a little breezy. the storm is spinning off the northeast coast of the u.s. it is centered off nova scotia. there is shower activity over maine, vermont, new hampshire. we see a little shower activity running ahead of the cool front south of chicago. there was a big win for noting today. there's not much action out here. only 38%. take a look at what happened today. 66 at the airport. 46/51 the low. this morning was blustery. gusty winds.
67 the typical high this time of year. temperatures have pulled back just a little bit so far. they have started to drop off rapidly now that the sun is setting. annapolis, 65. cambridge, 63. on the boardwalk, 62. westminster, 63. frederick was in the 50's all day in far western maryland with scattered clouds. here is a satellite picture showing the storm. it is a big nor'easter. there is a little shower activity in the backwash. they might catch up to snow showers in the mountains and parts of new england this evening. notice the fair weather to the west. you get a hint of a little front through the upper midwest here. not much action with it. a couple of sprinkles in illinois and iowa, parts of indiana. that is about it. the high pressure this evening is the thing that controls the
weather. when the front comes through, more high pressure behind it. essentially dry. it will not change the weather that much. tomorrow, ahead of the front, we will warm up a little more than today. behind the front, we will drop back to what today's readings were. the winds die back tonight. colorado mumbai debris. clear skies. -- calm tonight. clear skies. we do not see any rain along the front. high pressure ahead and behind. continued fair weather for while. sonny tomorrow. not as breezy. when that -- winds at 10 to 15. four football, up in the massachusetts area, a foxboro, 59 to 63 during the game for
temperatures. the wind will not be quite as blustery as it was today. 10 to 15 miles per hour. a lot of sunshine. great football weather. here is what the futurecast looks like. there is a weak front. it is dissipates as it hit the mountains. there is not enough force to do much of anything. the atmosphere will not change that much as the front goes through. there will be changes in the future. on monday afternoon, we pick a clouds. there is a larger system to the west. by tuesday, rain chances kick in and that is what our seven-day is all about. 65 on monday. by monday night into tuesday, wednesday morning, rain chances. temperatures stay in the 60's after the passage of the weather system. late thursday, we may see another shot of a shower or two. the chances will drop out for next weekend. at least it will be dry. >> now, 11 sports.
>> i am filling in for pete gilbert. maryland knew they could beat clemson today. they have won three of four against the tigers. that is the problem. clemson heard that all week long and they were determined not to let it happen again. to death valley we go. sweeney exchanging pleasantries, but nothing pleasant about this game. some trickery in the second quarter. scott froze it to his quarter braque -- quarterback o'brien. the turks were feeling good. kickoff goes to ellington. this guy can fly. he takes it back. 87 yards for the touchdown. clemson on top 10-7. tigers go for it. harper, a touchdown. 17-7 tigers. the special teams were horrible today. the punt goes to brown. brown with another big return for clemson. 41 yards he takes it.
clemson feeling now. they go to wellington. one-yard touchdown. clemson hammers maryland. the turks dropped to 4-2. this is boston college taking a fourth straight. fisher walking the sidelines. second and seven. intercepted by noell. he will take a back 43 yards for the touchdown. 17-16 florida state. how about this? florida state down by two in the fourth quarter. read it takes it on the reverse. he goes 43 yards for the score. florida state goes on to win. 24-19. not many teams can trade brandon loss and still be great, but the patriots can. as good as moss is, he's not the reason the patriots have all of those super bowl rings. tomorrow in new england, team is planning for the third time in two years. moakley, the game will be more
like the one in the playoffs than the one last year in the regular season. he currently leads the nfl with a quarterback rating of 109. johnson is well aware they cannot focus on brady alone. >> it takes a lot to understand if you're to beat them, you are to play well in all three phases, offense, defense, and special teams. you cannot just go up there one group, one scheme, or one special team play. all three sections have to have a great day. >> you could not about for better date for the 10th annual baltimore marathon. temperatures were cool, but the skies were clear for the nearly 5000 runners competing in the event. a lot of fans were turning out as well. david rutoh of kenya wins the marathon. olena shurkhno had the best time
among the women. david rutoh, i will tell you what, to actually win the marathon, really impressive. the seven-day forecast with john collins is coming your way. i like a party as much as the next gal but, come on. $60,000 for one dinner held by the department of justice. $66 per person just for bagels at one of the nasa's shindigs. i cracked down because big government shouldn't be funding big banquets with your money. some people say i'm a bit of a tightwad. i say, i'm barbara mikulski and i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you.
rep. late thursday, we might pick up a shower. going into next weekend, cooler, but dr appeared >> that is it for 11 news at 6:00. we will see you back here tonight at 11:00. bob ehrlich says he wants to fix maryland. but he increased state spending by record amounts. ehrlich raised $3 billion in taxes and fees... including property taxes... and a 40% increase in college tuition. and now he's made over $1 billion in new promises... with no plans to pay for them... except for cutting education. cuts that will lay off teachers and increase class sizes. that's not a budget. and bob ehrlich's not the kind of leader... we can trust.